Chimp Haven In The Spotlight Crowdfunding Project with Chimp Haven Join Alison Eastwood to give chimpanzees used in research the sanctuary retirement they deserve. Chimp Haven Sanctuary needs our support in accepting newly retired chimpanzees. The sanctuary must more than double in size and secure the additional resources it needs for the chimps’ lifetime care. While 110 of the NIH chimps have already arrived at the Sanctuary, the fate of the other chimps is still up in the air. That is why I’ve partnered with in support of Chimp Haven Our goal is to raise $50,000 by October 24th and we need your help.Read More →

National Tiger Sanctuary in The Spotlight National Tiger Sanctuary recently rescued five big cats from the performing industry. Branson magician Kirby VanBurch agreed to donate his animals and will no longer be using exotic cats in his act.  National Tiger Sanctuary provided a home for VanBurch’s lion, Merlin, in 2011.  Three tigers and two leopards will join Merlin at National Tiger Sanctuary, where they can live out their life in the great outdoors.  Previously, the cats were housed inside without access to grass or direct sunlight. Although the cats have been moved successfully, that is only the beginning for National Tiger Sanctuary. After the catsRead More →

Pardoned Pit Bulls Given 2nd Chance by Las Vegas Rescue “Samadhi Legacy” FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LOS ANGELES, CA – May 1, 2014 — Two pit bulls, whose lives were spared as part of the “No Pet Left Behind” pardon event organized by Eastwood Ranch Foundation at the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter in California, have been rescued by Las Vegas based non-profit Samadhi Legacy Foundation. Eastwood Ranch Foundation, a non-profit animal rescue and welfare organization founded by actress/director Alison Eastwood, reached out to Samadhi Legacy following the event, which ensured that no animal would be euthanized for one week, while they worked to find homesRead More →

Chimp Haven Sanctuary Spotlight What They Do: Chimp Haven provides the chimpanzees with the freedom to make choices, live in large social groups in spacious habitats, see the sky overhead, feel the grass under their feet, and receive round-the-clock humane care and veterinary treatment.  Operating this kind of professionally run sanctuary for hundreds of chimpanzees requires funding.  The federal government provides a portion of Chimp Haven’s support, but the sanctuary also needs a significant amount of private money if it is to care for all of the chimpanzees waiting to leave the labs for a humane retirement home. Chimp Haven Mission To provide humane, lifetime care for chimpanzees no longer usedRead More →